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Comment: Re:Doing it wrong (Score -1) 451

by MichaelKristopeit355 (#38016170) Attached to: Failures Mark First National Test of Emergency Alert System
i know why you're "bother"... it's the same reason that you don't really know why... you're an ignorant hypocrite.

if there are new service requirements, and consumers of those services will soon be sending requests for those, then PREP work must be done to GET READY for the impending requests.

maintenance is done after the fact. you're a moron.

you're less than an idiot... you're exactly what you've claimed to be: NOTHING.

cower in my shadow some more, feeb.

Comment: Re:App redacted... (Score -1) 172

by MichaelKristopeit355 (#37981358) Attached to: Charlie Miller Circumvents Code Signing For iOS Apps
considering that picture does not include the flower garden around the mailbox, the blooming bushes around the walkway, or the hanging plants that my wife installed around the porch when we moved in 2 years ago, i'd have to suggest that you, dude, consider using a more reliably updated source for your criticisms.

you're an idiot.

Comment: Re:GNAA (Score -1) 338

by MichaelKristopeit355 (#37750844) Attached to: Facebook Is Building Shadow Profiles of Non-Users
you create a service that does the exact same thing to facebook that they are doing to you.

imagine a network service where any of your friends can choose to re-share everything you post on facebook, and every member of that network service could view everything from everyone. only a very small portion of facebook users would need to use the service to cover the majority of facebook users, and no one could be completely sure which of their "friends" was doing the re-share, unless they only shared it with one person... and in order to confirm the data was on the re-share service, they would have to admit to using it themselves.

According to the latest official figures, 43% of all statistics are totally worthless.

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